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Black

Black by Beata Pater buy album

Beata Pater

Label: B&B Records
Released: 2006
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Track Listing

1 Summer Wind 2 Something Happens to Me 3 Moon River 4 Blue Skies 5 I Could Write a Book 6 September in the Rain 7 Nice & Easy 8 Beautiful Love 9 Time After Time 10 Fly Me to the Moon 11 Just Squeeze Me 12 The Very Thought of You 13 I’ll Be Seeing You

Personnel

Beata Pater
Beata Pater

voice / vocals

Additional Personnel / Information

Mark Little - Piano, Keyboards, Hammond B3 Jon Evans - Bass Alan Hall - Drums Mimi Fox - Guitar Kent Cohea - Sax Celia Malheiros - Percussion Buca Necak - Bass

Album Description

This project, “Black”, began in San Mateo, California, growing from a series of gigs between Beata and Mark Little. Soon to notice the swing of things, the two decided to hit the studio. Mark and Beata developed the arrangements over the next few nights as Mark put together the band. After one practice session in an Oakland church, they began recording at Jon Evans’ funky Berkeley studio- San Pablo Recorders. A talented group of musicians, they recorded each song in under an hour, seven in the can the first day and six the next. Beata came back in the following week for “polishing”. Two days later the recording was complete.


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